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It is easy to imagine that the rich man of the story probably would not have invited the poor, or people from the highways, to his banquet had his original guests shown up. However, that is a hypothetical and uninformative as to God's intentions for Israel and the Gentiles. All metaphors have limitations and some metaphors are meant to extend more deeply ...


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Would the rich man have extended the invitation to the second group if it had not been rejected by the first group in Luke 14:16-24? Yes, 3 verses earlier in Luke 14: 13 But when you give a banquet, invite the poor, the crippled, the lame, the blind, 14and you will be blessed. Although they cannot repay you, you will be repaid at the resurrection of the ...


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Would the rich man have extended the invitation to the second group if it had not been rejected by the first group in Luke 14:16-24? The answer to your question is NO" Why? The banquet is an invitation for the " holy brothers, partakers of the heavenly calling" ( Hebrews 3:1 NASB). Jesus reveals that a relatively small number "little ...


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What is key is the phrase "at the time for the banquet" (τῇ ὥρᾳ τοῦ δείπνου). Thus, everything was already prepared and would go to waste if no one came to the banquet. If he had found out earlier, before the food would be wasted, he probably would have looked to invite others. He had the choice: let all the food be wasted, or find others to come ...


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Simply translated means..if another ‘cleans’ and organizes another’s ‘house’ temple…home ..u!..dresses them in a Armani suit…it will smell good for a few days only…they lack .:the respect of maintanence…hence hue-mans are throwbacks…till comes time …u had your chance.//time?…events…to join me in the ‘o’ ..and that’s why ::Christ christened said …seeing ‘is’ ...


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